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Early on the morning of Sept. 14, a line will form outside the Kensington Town Hall on Hornton Street in London (by Kensington Gardens). These individuals hope to be among the first to enter the Hugglets Teddy Bear Festival — three floors of … more
As summer ends and autumn begins, temperatures throughout Colorado begin to fall, and soon long-sleeve shirts, pants, sweaters and jackets become everyone's clothing items of choice. As a result, the tan you worked so hard to achieve during the warm … more
When seed catalogs come out in the early spring, eager gardeners can be spotted trudging through the snow to plan out where they'll plant their zucchini and zinnias. And after a long, hot August of weeding and watering, many gardeners pick their … more
Tony and Valerie Marietta, who lost their daughter to suicide, almost didn't come to the Sept. 6 South Metro Out of the Darkness Walk. “We weren't emotionally sure we could do it,” said Tony Marietta, carrying a large, full-color poster … more
Dogs and hiking. It may just be the quintessential Colorado fundraiser. The 10th annual Dumb Friends League Wag n’ Trail will take place Sept. 20 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Glendale Farm Open Space northeast of Castle Pines. The event will … more
Colorado Sen. Mark Udall and fellow Democrat candidates on the November ballot held a rally Friday afternoon, marking the kick-off of their ground campaign, bolstered by a visit from Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts. More than a hundred … more
Although President Barack Obama isn't on the November ballot this year, he was very much a part of a U.S. Senate race debate that was held in Grand Junction on Sept. 6. The president's name … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper and former Congressman Bob Beauprez swapped barbs during a lively debate in Grand Junction on Sept. 6, marking the first time the two gubernatorial rivals squared off this … more
Lone Tree restaurateurs Lucinda and Jimmy Crane just celebrated eight months of owning their own business. “Some things were meant to be, and this is one of them,” Lucinda Crane said of the family-run Cranelli's Italian Restaurant on Park … more
Dementia is a condition that eventually touches everyone in some way. “Fifty percent of those over 85 will develop some form of dementia,” said David Geras, CEO of Denver's GoldLeaf Care Givers. “Unless we find a cure, the other half of us … more
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